As if the grey, curly hair wasn't enough, as of tomorrow I will definitely not be able to deny the fact that I am getting old(er).As of tomorrow, I will have an adult child. That is, Elizabeth is turning 18. Which makes her a legal adult.Which makes me feel old.Annnnd, this sweet daughter of mine has reached another major milestone. She has decided where she wants to spend the next four years of her life. Come this fall, my girl will be leaving us to attend Wheaton College. Yes, Wheaton. As in, just west of Chicago. As in, that's a very long drive. And I'm sure going to miss her! But her college decision has been much prayed over, and I feel very good about her choice. All through this process we have been asking God to show us where He would have her go. We've been asking Him to prepare the way. Because there is NO WAY we could get Elizabeth through Wheaton ($$$$) without Him making it possible.He has made it possible. So, I am readying myself for some big changes. And I'm not even going to get into the whole they-grow-up-so-fast bit. Though, they do. I still remember sitting in the hospital while Brian went back to our apartment to get the car seat, so we could take Elizabeth home. It doesn't seem so long ago that I was dropping her off at school for the first time. Or that she lost her first tooth. And started writing in cursive. And riding a two-wheeler. And going places without me. And, and, and...like I said, I'm not going there.For today, I am just going to enjoy the fact that I still have a house full of CHILDREN.